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Syringe pump (LAMDA-P). What is the syringe pump?. A syringe pump is a small infusion or withdrawal pump, used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid for use in chemical and biomedical research . Specifications (Pump 11 Elite). Touch screen button.

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Syringe pump lamda p

Syringe pump (LAMDA-P)


What is the syringe pump

What is the syringe pump?

  • A syringe pump is a small infusion or withdrawal pump, used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid for use in chemical and biomedical research.


Specifications pump 11 elite

Specifications (Pump 11 Elite)


Touch screen button

Touch screen button

  • Settings: Access the settings menu used to adjust the following parameters: Audible Alarms, Pusher Block Force, Backlighting, Baud Rate, etc.

  • Fast Forward: Advances the Pusher Block in the forward (infuse) direction.

  • Fast Reverse: Advances the Pusher Block in the reverse (withdraw) direction.

  • Accept: Used to accept the parameters/settings on a screen and advance to next screen in the menu.

  • Cancel: Used to cancel any changes/entries on a screen and return to the previous screen in the menu.


Touch screen button cont

Touch screen button cont.

  • Back: Used to go back one screen.

  • Set Delay Parameters: Used to set the time values for delayed operation. This permits the pump to start automatically after a preset time.

  • Set Delay Parameters: Indicates the Delay Timer has been set. The pump will start automatically after the preset delay expires.

  • Run Preview: Access the Method Preview screen that shows a summary of steps and operating parameters.

  • Run/Resume: Used to Run or Resume a Method.

  • Re-Run: Clears counters/timers and runs the selected Method from the beginning.


Touch screen button cont1

Touch screen button cont.

  • Stop: Used to stop running a Method.

  • Clear: Clears the counters/timers.

  • Minimum Value Allowed: Used to select minimum value allowed.

  • Maximum Value Allowed: Used to select maximum value allowed.

  • Page Down: Used to page down in a display list.

  • Page Up: Used to page up in a display list.

  • Scroll Up: Used to scroll up in a display list.

  • Scroll Down: Used to scroll down in a display list.

  • Insert Step: Used to insert a new Step in a Method while editing/creating the Method. The new Step is inserted after the Step that is currently selected.


Touch screen button cont2

Touch screen button cont.

  • Delete Step: Used to delete the selected Step in a Method while editing/creating the Method. To confirm deletion, you must select the Delete Step button a second time.

  • Move Step Up: Moves the currently selected Step in a Method up one position in the Method Order (e.g. Step 3 becomes Step 2).

  • Move Step Down: Moves the currently selected Step in a Method down one position in the Method Order (e.g. Step 2 becomes Step 3).

  • Copy Step: Creates a duplicate (copy) of the currently selected Step in a Method and inserts it as the last Step in the Method being created/edited.

  • Touch Screen Unlocked: Indicates that the Pump is unlocked. Pressing the button twice activates the locks.


Touch screen button cont3

Touch screen button cont.

  • Touch Screen Locked: Indicates that the Pump set-up screens are locked from editing. Press the button and enter password to unlock.

  • File Options: Access the File Options menu that is used to manage the list of Methods and to export Method information to an externally linked pump or to a connected computer.


Operating instructions

Operating instructions


Operating instructions cont

Operating instructions cont.


Syringe loading

Syringe loading

Press the release button (1) and move the pusher block (2) to the approximate length of the syringe.

Unscrew the bracket clamping knobs (7,8) to loosen the retaining brackets (4,5) on the pusher block (2) and the Syringe holder block (3).

Unscrew the syringe barrel clamp by unscrewing the syringe barrel clamp knob (6).

Place the syringe on the syringe holder block (3). Ensure the barrel flange is with in the syringe holder’s block’s retaining bracket (5) and the plunger flange is in the pusher’ blocks retaining bracket.


Syringe loading cont

Syringe loading cont.

Screw down the syringe clamp knob (6) until the syringe barrel clamp (10) is tight against the syringe barrel. Do not overtighten, especially when using glass syringes.

Secure the syringe flanges by pushing the retaining brackets (4,5) tightly against the syringe flanges using the bracket clamping knobs (7,8). The syringe plunger should be secured by the pusher block retaining bracket and the flange of the syringe should be secured by the syringe holder block retaining bracket.

Tighten the mechanical stop collars (9) using allenwrench (12) to prevent excess travel of the pusher block.


Operating screen

Operating screen


Warranty

Warranty

  • Harvard Apparatus warranties this instrument for a period of two years from date of purchase. At its option, Harvard Apparatus will repair or replace the unit if it is found to be defective as to workmanship or materials. This warranty does not extend to damage resulting from misuse, neglect or abuse, normal wear and tear, or accident. This warranty extends only to the original consumer purchaser.

  • In no event shall harvard apparatus be liable for incidental or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. There are no implied warranties of merchantability, or fitness for a particular use, or of any other nature. Some states do not allow this limitation on an implied warranty, so the above limitation may not apply to you.


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